Rugby union - England hero Brown troubled by errors

TOPSHOTS England's fullback Mike Brown (C) reacts after scoring a try during a Pool A match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between England and Fiji at Twickenham stadium in south west London on September 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, NO USE IN LIVE MATCH TRACKING SERVICES, TO BE USED AS NON-SEQUENTIAL STILLS (AFP Photo/BEN STANSALL)

- Mike Brown fears his man-of-the match performance for England against Fiji in their World Cup opener may not be enough to keep him in the side to face Wales on Saturday. The two-try hero reflected honestly a catalogue of errors in England's 35-11 win in which England dominated only in the opening and closing 15-minute periods. "There were a few errors, especially in the first half my kicking wasn't great," Brown said. "I was quite surprised to get man of the match. It was amazing to get two tries in the first game of my first World Cup on home soil, that's a dream come true. But for now I'm not too pleased with the errors I did make."